Restaurants and bars that align Himmarshee may not be able to open on Sunday. At 4:30 a.m the power will be cut on the street to move The Shippey House, the residence of the second judge of Broward County that had been built in 1914. The cottage will be moved
from 215 SW 7th Avenue to the area behind Brew on Himmarshee, which houses a smattering of historic buildings.
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